Talk to A Doctor
Make unlimited calls to a doctor for you and your family.
Introducing My T Health Plus.
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Talk to a Doctor
How It Works
My T Health Plus is a simple and affordable way to get instant access to a doctor for you and your family. For just one low monthly fee of $14.99, you can make unlimited calls to a doctor, anytime day or night.
- Get a prescription called in right away and start feeling better quicker.
- Avoid the time and expense of going to an Urgent Care or ER for non-emergencies.
- Be able to call a doctor while traveling on vacation or traveling for work.
- Call us when you’re not well or when one of your children is sick. One membership covers everyone in the family.
*There are zero additional consultation fees or co-pays when you call. Pick up the phone and connect to a doctor as often as you need to, all for just $14.99 a month.
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A Call Away
Once enrolled, all you have to do is call and one of our doctors will give you a call back. Then, you can speak to the doctor via telephone.
- Cold with fever
- Urinary pain or burning
- Flu or flu-like symptoms
- Back, neck and joint pain
- Sleep problems
- Weight gain or loss
- Stomach pains and nausea
- Ear infections
- And much more!
There are no fees each time you call. Just $14.99 a month.
More Membership Benefits
My T Health Plus comes with these additional benefits
Your advocate will negotiate lower prices, find a specialist, solve your billing questions, and more.
Get estimated pricing ranges for medical, diagnostic and laboratory procedures in your area.
Make your medical wishes known. Create and update your own Universal Advance Digital
What our members say
“Being able to call a doctor day or night is fantastic. Not having to go to my doctor’s office or the Urgent Care Clinic saves me money and time. Getting a prescription in the middle of the night for an ear infection begins the healing process.”
“I used My T Health Plus when I was on a business trip. The doctor wrote a prescription for my infection and the meds were ready when I arrived at the pharmacy 20 minutes later; that’s tough to beat.”